Rosie Taynor Workshop

Date: Saturday 28st May

Times: 1.00pm-5.00pm (time-slot allocated prior)
Location: Level 1, 93 Watton Street Werribee

Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity for a Screen-Test Workshop with Casting Director Rosie Traynor from Chameleon Casting.

It is an absolute pleasure to welcome Rosie to the studio for the first time.

Rosie comes to Chameleon with close to 30 years experience in the business.

She is an industry all-rounder and studied acting at the university of Southern Qld and HB studios NYC under Sandy Dennis.

Rosie has cast drama for Blue Heelers and Stingers as well as numerous short films and reality TV.
Rosie is also an actor and has appeared in Film, Television and over 30 TVCs.

Rosie has been casting for Chameleon Casting for the last four years casting TVCs, Short Films and T.V Series.

Rosie Traynor is also a proud member of the Casting Guild of Australia.

*Please Note: scene,scene, partner & time will be allocated 1 week prior to screen-test.

Scene Study With Georgia Chara

Dates: Commencing Thursday 26th May (8 week course)

Time: 6.30pm – 9.30pm

Teacher: Georgia Chara

Location: Level 1, 93 Watton Street Werribee

Limited Spots Avaliable

 

Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity with this talented logie award nominated Australian actress Georgia Chara.

Georgia is best known for her re-occurring role Jessica Lookwood on ‘Home & Away,’ also known for her re-occurring role Jess Warner on ‘Wentworth, Indiana Crowe on ‘Neighbours’ Bella on ‘Footballer wants a wife,’ Sandy J & Randy in Ricketts Lane & many other TV programs.’

Georgia will share her wealth of knowledge in the industry of being on a professional set and some acting tools & that will enhance actor’s careers.

Georgia has recently returned from Los Angeles as she is making plans for an acting career on an international level.
Check out Georgia’s Showreel: https://vimeo.com/153163512

Spend some time with Georgia playing Jess on set of Wentworth:ohttps:https://www.facebook.com/wentworthtv/videos/673013682799354/

http://www.theweeklyreview.com.au/…/enter-the-queen-georgi…/